Today I am sharing my "Sysinfo" skin-pack, which I began working on pretty long ago (2017) and stopped working on many times. Still, most of included skins are working pretty well and I use them daily, so instead of them never getting published because I always am "working" on a 'subskin', I am sharing It now.
These skins (some of them) use what I call 'lua .ini generation'(=LIG), which is creating .ini files with a given number of meter, measure... 'dynamically' (just have to launch a 'init.x' skin that will run a script and will generate a skin accordingly to how many drives your PC has, CPU,... or given variables), see below for examples
Since I stopped working on my skins a quite often, there may be some 'residues' of previously made skins in them.
SysInfo was made to work with any applocale, and should work with Rainmeter 4.3 (I tested them using Rainmeter 4.4 beta but I don't think it uses any new functionality).
Special thanks and final comments
I wanted to thank the Rainmeter community for its help thorough the forum, especially jsmorley, balala and SilverAzide.
This skinpack includes Nir Sofer's NirCmd freeware.
I also used some images from Freepik website.
Finally, I hope you guys will enjoy this partial skin pack (even tho it is not that good looking but well, I'm not a web-designer or whatever and you can easily custom them). Feel free to use my work as you please.
This skin pack is kind of a (functional) proof of concept of how to use LIG to its best. If you notice any mistakes, residues, or if you have any suggestions feel free to tell me.
I may do a LIG guide on this forum in the near future but I cannot guarantee it. Tell me if some of you are interested
I may also share a skin similar to "Nimi place" or "Stardock Fences" in the same theme that uses LIG to create custom independent fences, but I have some performance issues and is not quite finished.